Did you know that picking an elopement location can be the hardest part of planning your elopement?
Here’s the problem: There are so many incredible locations, from National Parks to more off-the-beaten-path hidden gems, that narrowing down your options is really tough.
Once you have some ideas, you then have to figure out the best season to be there, what kinds of crowds (or privacy) to expect, what kinds of permits or reservations you need, the local legal guidelines for weddings, and more.
Which means you might end up feeling super overwhelmed planning your elopement, which is supposed to be way easier than planning a traditional wedding!
Lucky for you, there’s now a solution. Let me introduce you to 5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing Your Elopement Location. This FREE guide takes you and your fiance through the entire process – from creating a vision to getting your elopement location confirmed – even if you have no idea where to begin.
Couples who dare to be different are ditching the impersonal, traditional wedding for a pressure-free elopement day that is 100% about them.
As an elopement photographer, I empower couples with the guidance and confidence they need to get bold and emotional photographs that are a reflection of who they truly are.
I know how it feels to want badass photos that don’t feel contrived or awkward. And I want to let you know - I am here for YOU! I strive to create an experience inclusive of couples of all races, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, races, ethnicities, abilities. Because when you feel able to be true to yourself, your photographs will be bold & emotional.
If you’re a freedom-seeker, adventure-seeker, story-seeker (I like hiking and books!) I think we’ll get along. Let’s chat to confirm that!
I proudly serve people of all ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, races, ethnicities, abilities. I'm based in Denver, Colorado and travel for destination elopements! Tambem falo português y hablo español.
If you just have a quick question, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text at (720) 600-4581.